Tag Archive: Philips

by Brian Edwards | January 03, 2019

Recapping RSNA(i)18

Key Takeaways Fear of AI has given way to exuberant optimism/anticipation/impatience. Many vendors are trying to pivot their legacy products […]

by Brian Eastwood | November 01, 2017

Connected Health Conference: Digital Health’s Opportunity to Capture a Positive View of Aging

The Connected Health Conference and its predecessor events, the Partners HealthCare’s Connected Health Symposium and the Personal Connected Health Alliance’s […]

by Janice Young | July 27, 2016

Cerner Impressions – Value Based Solutions: Payer/Provider Markets Getting Ever Blurrier

We all know that two of the principle new competencies for providers in the value based market is: 1. population […]

by Liz Gavriel | November 28, 2014

Home Is Where the Health Is: The Current State of Connected Health

Digital Reality 2014 has served as a coming out party for all things Connected Health. The buzz around telemedicine, virtual […]

by Naveen Rao | July 28, 2014

Consumer Health Data Plays: Vision? Yes. Value? Maybe…

Challenges & Opportunity In an otherwise slow summer, health IT got caught up in a whirl of excitement last month […]

by John Moore | July 14, 2008

No Longer Just Chips at Intel

Late last week, Intel announced that it had received FDA approval or its consumer/caregiver centric health device, the Intel Health […]

by John Moore | February 26, 2008

Snap Shots from HIMSS

Here at the big, dare I say massive, healthcare IT (HIT) conference for the next couple of days. It is […]

by John Moore | January 02, 2008

Predictions 2008: Telehealth Jumps, RHIOs Fade, Legislation Stalls & PHRs Get the Press

A common practice in the analyst community is to take a look back at what has occurred and project forward […]

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